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FNP, Entry Level MSN, Master's, Public Health

Updated: Jan 28

I want to become a nurse and build my career in nursing; my undergraduate degree is in Public Health, a closely related field that has inspired me to a career in nursing. My current internship as a Nurse’s Assistant has also motivated me to excel as a nurse and feel confident that nursing is my professional destiny. I appreciate XXXX’s focus on cultivating and enjoying a culturally diverse world. I look forward to contributing to the diversity of your program as an Armenian-American woman and a native speaker of Russian as well as Armenian.

I am attracted to the solid reputation of your university and the vast resources of southern California. XXXU is where I feel I am the best fit and most likely to excel. I am an independent worker and thinker who is highly motivated without supervision. Thus, your mainly online program is ideal for continuing to work full time at the same time that I gain additional experience in nursing. I am attracted to your Nursing Department’s vision of our profession as an art and a science, involving liberal studies and scientific preparation. I also appreciate that XXXU has a well-respected program with graduates in demand. I hope to continue to study at XXXU straight through your post-Masters FNP Program, taking advantage of your in-house application process. I appreciate that students in XXXU College of Graduate Nursing are given first consideration for your FNP program.

I graduated with my Bachelor's Degree in Public Health from XXXX State University in 2014. Now 25, I am a citizen of the USA. I was born in Yerevan, Armenia, and educated there until 16 in English and Russian; my mother tongue is Armenian. I see my choice of nursing as part of my immigration experience to America. Coming to America from my native Armenia at the age of 16 represented a great challenge, and I focused on nursing early on as a way to give something back to my new country. Now 25, I have become a global citizen. I have always wanted to become a healthcare professional. I plan to get married this December, and I am looking forward to a new life full of joy that entails professional advancement. I thrive on exercising my compassion and helping those in need. Nothing brings me greater joy than assisting our nurses in my volunteer position at our hospital and seeking a complete preparation in nursing that will enable me to make the most significant contribution possible to our field. I have always dreamed of becoming a health care professional, and nursing is my niche in life and the professional position in which I will find my greatest possible fulfillment as a human being, laboring every day to make this world a better and healthier place.

I believe that the nurse's role is my destiny as a professional. I love my dream of becoming a highly accomplished nursing professional and a hands-on caregiver, getting to know my patients in-depth and treating them holistically. Ten years from now, I see myself as a highly competent nurse practitioner giving my all to my patients. I am increasingly excited about gynecology, obstetrics, and everything having to do with reproductive health. Perhaps I am working toward fulfilling a calling as a nurse and a mother since I will be getting married this December; I look forward to becoming a mother. For me, medicine is global. I hope to find expression for the celebration of diversity in nursing and find my Russian and Armenian helpful, at least upon occasion serving in large hospitals with vast patient populations speaking most of the world’s major languages.

My fascination with everything related to obstetrics andgynecologyhads rapidly intensified since this past February when I began my internship. I have learned a great deal about pregnancy and women's health. I have observed several natural births and C-sections; I am enthralled with the entire process from conception to childbirth. I also hope to participate in medical missions. I would also feel very privileged to have the opportunity to work in the area of public health education. I am troubled by how many people do not take care of their health because they do not visit their doctors regularly. I think prevention is the most critical factor, and I look forward to lifelong learning in preventive medicine.

I have been heavily engaged with medicine since 17. Within a few months of my arrival in the USA, I volunteered in a hospital and began working in a doctor’s office for a few years. I continue to work as an office assistant for several different doctors. I am currently fulfilling an internship as a Nursing Assistant at XXXX Memorial Medical Center at thewhiletinue to work in a doctor’s office.

I see everything that I have accomplished professionally as preparation for entering your especially distinguished MSN Program at XXXX University. Your program will provide me with the solid platform that I need to excel as a nurse in the future. I look forward to many decades of service to the cause of women’s health and having a share in bringing thousands of new lives into the world. I want to care for women from puberty to menopause, especially labor, childbirth, and other reproductive issues, educating thousands of women and teenage girls about physical and sexual health and providing services and information on treatments from birth control to mammograms.

I thank you for considering my application to your distinguished program at XXXU.

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